In this post we’ll deploy some more applications (3rd party web browsers) to the devices.

Existing setup done:

  1. Two Local users created
  2. Azure AD Connect configured
  3. Seamless Single Sign-On (IE) configured
  4. Seamless Single Sign-On (Firefox) configured
  5. Hybrid Azure AD Join configured
  6. Intune enrollment – Domain Joined Windows 10 devices
  7. Azure AD Join
  8. Office 365 Pro Plus Application
  9. Sample SharePoint Team Site
  10. OneDrive Known Folder Migration and SharePoint library sync
  11. Copy necessary files (Win32 App)
  12. Set Desktop Background, Lock Screen and Screensaver
  13. Adding applications to StartUp folder

Existing setup:

  1. SkyDC: Machine with ADDS, DNS, DHCP role
  2. SkyCON: Machine where we will install Azure AD Connect
  3. SkyCM: Machine with Configuration Manager Current Branch
  4. SkyTEN1: Domain Joined Windows 10 machine
  5. SkyTEN2: Domain Joined Windows 10 machine
  6. SkyTEN3i: Domain Joined Windows 10 machine (Intune Managed)
  7. SkyTEN4i: Domain Joined Windows 10 machine (Intune Managed)
  8. SkyTEN5i: Azure AD Joined Windows 10 (Intune Managed)
  9. SkyTEN6i: Azure AD Joined Windows 10 (Intune Managed)
  10. SkyTEN7i: Azure AD Joined Windows 10 (Cloud User, Intune Managed)
  11. SkyTEN8i: Azure AD Joined Windows 10 (Cloud User, Intune Managed)

Create a Group where we’ll deploy the applications.

I have created a group SkyGroup4 with SkyTEN4i as member.

Deploy Google Chrome:

Download Google Chrome for Enterprise

URL: https://cloud.google.com/chrome-enterprise/browser/download/

You’ll get a Zip file which you need to extract.

Add the Chrome in Intune

Login to Azure portal.

Navigate to Intune -> Client apps -> Apps. Click on +Add.

In App type, select Line-of-business app.

Click App package file – select file.

Click on folder icon.

Navigate to the folder where you have extracted the Google Chrome Enterprise Bundle.

Select GoogleChromeEnterpriseBundle64.msi and click Open.

Click OK.

Click on App information – Configure.

Enter details and click OK. I have entered

Name: Win 10 – Google Chrome

Description: Google Chrome for Windows 10

Publisher: Google Inc..

Click Add.

The upload is going on.

After the file is uploaded, navigate to Assignments and click Add group.

In Assignment type, select Required.

Click on No groups selected – Included Groups.

Choose appropriate option. As I want to deploy the application to the group I created above, I have chosen Select groups to include.

Follow the wizard and select the above created group.

Click OK.

Click OK.

Click Save.

In Client machine, sync the policy.

After some time, you’ll see that Google Chrome is installed.

In Portal:

Navigate to Application -> Device install status.

You can see that the application is installed in the machine.

Deploy Mozilla Firefox:

Download Firefox Offline version:

URL: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/#product-desktop-release

Open command prompt. Navigate to Microsoft Win32 Content Prep Tool folder and run IntuneWinAppUtil.exe

In Please specify the source folder, enter the folder path where Firefox setup file is saved.

In Please specify the setup file, enter the Firefox setup file with extension.

In Please specify the output folder, enter the target folder where converted file will be saved.

After some time you’ll see that the command is completed successfully.

You can see that the corresponding .intunewin file is created.

Import and deploy the app in Intune.

Navigate to Intune -> Client apps -> Apps. Click on +Add.

In App type, select Windows app (Win32)

Click on App package file – Select file.

Click on the folder icon.

Follow the wizard and select the above created .intunewin file.

Click OK.

Click on App information – Configure.

Enter relevant details and click OK. I have entered

In Name: Win 10 – Mozilla Firefox.

In Description: Mozilla Firefox for Windows 10.

In Publisher: Mozilla.

Click on Program – Configure.

In install command, enter the setup file name and add /S

In Uninstall command, enter “%ProgramFiles%\Mozilla Firefox\uninstall\helper.exe” /S.

Click OK.

Click on Requirements – Configure.

In Operating System architecture, select the appropriate option. Mine was a 64 bit installation, so I selected 64-bit.

In Minimum operating system, select the appropriate option.

Click OK.

Click on Detection rules – Configure.

In Rules format, select Manually configure detection rules.

Click Add.

In Rule type, select File.

In Path, enter %ProgramFiles%\Mozilla Firefox\uninstall\

In File or folder, enter helper.exe

In Detection method, select File or folder exists.

In Associated with a 32-bit app on 64-bit clients, select the appropriate option. In my case both are 64-bit so I have selected No.

Click OK.

Click OK.

Click Add.

The file is being uploaded

After the installation file is uploaded, navigate to Assignments and click Add group.

Follow the wizard and add above created group.

In client machine, Sync the device

Restart the service

After some time, you’ll see that Mozilla Firefox is installed.

After some time in console:

You can see that application is deployed in the machine.

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